Look out for the beards:
China to reward spying on Uighurs in East Turkestan
Many Uighurs complain of Chinese controls on their culture and religion, with sporadic clashes between them and Han Chinese settlers resulting in more than 100 deaths in the region in the past year.–When Muslims are not free to wage jihad they feel discriminated.
These were Uighurs from Xinjiang, who seized the guns and started shooting when they were refused entry into Vietnam. Were they enraged over not being allowed to escape oppression in China? One would think that if that were true, they might have found more positive ways to express their anger. Were they Islamic jihadis who […]Â Continue Reading Â»
The Sydney Moonbat Herald whines that Uighurs don’t have heavy weapons to fight the Chinese:
China’s Uighurs are fighting back against religious persecution
Uighur advocates of self-determination insist the government’s aggressive security policies and restrictions on religion have provoked violence by despairing Uighurs, often armed only with primitive weapons such as knives and petrol bombs.